Cómo dejarnos de pagar por la música documents, for the first time, one of the key phenomena of contemporary culture: the debacle of the music industry as we know it, and the emergence of digital culture, piracy, and audio files as vehicles for new media consumption. After years of research, Stephen Witt builds a fascinating story that explores three moments in history when the world changed in relation to the consumption of recorded music.
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About the Author
Stephen Witt received a degree in mathematics from the University of Chicago and worked as a specialist on the U.S. stock market. He also received a degree in journalism from Colombia University and his writings have appeared in The New Yorker. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.